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sebelius, juan? >> wait a second is, do you think they are bad at social security? do you think they are bad at medicare? no, they are terrific at it. people love those programs. >> they're not really terrific at it because we are going bankrupt in this country. >> no, you guys are changing the argument. >> would you fire sebelius? >> no. i don't think that she is -- she is worth firing. people got paid $600 million or whatever to put together that web site they should get fired. >> he she was overseeing the thing. why would you keep her if she has screwed up so badly why wouldn't you fire her and get somebody in there that knows somebody about computers? >> computers are not her responsibility. >> well. >> i'm sure she hired somebody to put that together. her responsibility is the policy. >> she is in charge of the rollout. the controlout is screwed up why would you keep her. >> the policy. there is a difference you think anybody who is anybody getting prepreventative care. they don't care about a web site rollout. they care about the coverage that they are getting. >> i see th
of congress asking hhs secretary kathleen sebelius finally agreeing she will be testifying next week before congress. that will be on wednesday. senator tim scott joins us. good evening, sir. >> thank you, greta. thank you for having me back. >> nice to have you. well, she will be testifying apparently this the house of representatives but your thoughts on secretary sebelius? they have been trying to get her to testify for some time. >> it's really time for her to take a stand and explain to the american people how this disaster could be so bad. it's as if she spent all of her time for looking for ways to market obama care. asking insurance companies to participate in spending money to market obama care yet we didn't have enough time focusing on how to get the opportunity to apply for obama care online. listen, the iphone cost $150 million to produce something. we spent over $400 million for a web site that doesn't work. and you can't say there is a glitch. we need to ask very specific questions and very simple questions. what's wrong? how do you fix it? how long will it take? we are talkin
be held responsible. and what about kathleen sebelius and her coming to the house of congress to testify? >> she ain't in the house of representative and will not be for sometime. she knows she will have to face uncomfortable questioning after why after three years this thing doesn't work and she will face that from the senate democrats who will do it in a spirit of highway- minded regret as opposed to the republicans that come down on her like a pack of hyennas. she will wait and talk to the folks in the senate after a cooling off period. >> your analogies are on fire, chris. i enjoy them very much. but on a serious level, is this the level of inepiitude we should expect? glitches, we don't know when it will be working or how many people will be able to enroll and not just visit the web site. >> when consumer report said don't try right now and come back later, this is the problem that has consequences for all americans. not only that the data is corrupted when it gets to the insurance companies. the problem is, they are trying to sell a product that is free or part ideally free subsidi
the chance to talk with the one woman who everybody in america wants to talk to, kathleen sebelius. that is obama's secretary of health and human services. he is joining us from the white house with all the details. what did you learn? >> reporter: as no surprise, probably, van, but they're very concerned here. she certainly talked about how concerned they've been over the last couple days and how they really wished this had gone better. no surprise there. there were a couple of surprises though. she said that the president himself really wasn't made aware of any problems leading up to october 1st, the launch date at all. he really had no idea that there were problems. really, according to secretary sebelius, it was really into it that he started to be more aware of it, despite the fact that the system had been tested just a few days before october first and crashed, even with just a few hundred users. she said we're going back now and bringing in our a-team to help address this. and i said well, a-team, why didn't you bring in the a-team in the first place in this is one of the bi
for secretary sebelius' head. and so what we're going to have on the hill in the next couple of weeks is a whole series of hearings wanting to essentially have her fired. but i think it's mighty ironic for my republican colleagues, who shut down the government because they didn't want to see health care go forward now complaining that it's not working well. they need to make up their minds. i do think that the health care reform law needs to be supported and we need to do everything we can to make sure that it works. not just use it as an excuse. >> representative, if not kathleen sebelius, should some contractors be released? this is a $400 million project. this is not a small amount of money. >> absolutely. and you know what? i definitely think contractors need to be looked at. but i have to tell you, i think contractors need to be looked at in a lot of different areas of our government, as we've seen, even on the intelligence side. so i think that contract needs to be examined. again, we need to get to the root of the problem. but the goal should be fixing it so that people can sign up. not u
hhs secretary kathleen sebelius, to the designers of the health care.gov, it was all systems goes. it turns out that is not exactly so. some are saying the administration may have been fibbing. and now the house and emergency commerce committee, they are demanding answers. congressman joins us. good evening, sir. >> good evening, greta risks you aware that the white house, the system knew the system was not going to do well on the roll-out, and that they were deceitful, or do you think they were mistaken and confused and something else? >> at the very least they were mistaken and confused. and really, it doesn't matter. and this should all be delayed as a result of these horrendous developments. and i hope that the white house will reconsider. >> it's not just sort of the roll-out. issues like have costs gone down? do people get to keep their plan? keep their doctors? are employers maintaining the same number of employees? are the employees getting the same number of hours? it's not just the computer roll-out. are people getting that with the new plans? >> they're obviously not. t
want secretary kathleen sebelius to resign. house members want her to testify in a committee hearing, but she has declined because of a gala in boston the night before. she offered to testify next week. luke jones suggests one question could be how the government spent $200 million on the website. >> $200 an hour, that's a million man hours. 5,000 man years. i don't think they had time. >> reporter: the website problems may have opened the door for a delay in the individual mandate that republicans have been calling for. jay carney says people who don't have access to health insurance because of website problems won't have to pay a fine for not having that insurance next year. >> more on this with the panel, thank you. we heard the numbers. what do they mean? correspondent jim angle does the math tonight. >> reporter: even as president obama conceded the website needs a makeover, he boasted that more than 19 million people have been able to log on. of those, officials say some 500,000 filled out applications, many. in the state-run exchanges, about half in the federal exchanges run b
. >> who should take the fall for the disastrous rollout? some say kathleen sebelius should be the one fired. plus, a doctor accused of killing his wife. was it murder or an accident? and a 14-year-old girl said she was raped by an older stoonl. the charges dropped but the girl's mother made secret recordings of the prosecutor. we'll play that for you. let's go "outfront." good evening. i'm erin burnett "outfront." we have some news. an official from the darrel of health and human services confirming to cnn that the glitch filled website will be coming down for maintenance. this comes on the same day new problems were expose asked the official from the health and human services said kathleen sebelius will not be available to answer questions at a congressional hearing next week on what went wrong. i can tell you at this moment, we have just found out that this health and high school services secretary. i'm here at my blackberry, has time on appear at the inaugural kennedy forum gala the night before in boston. so she'll be in boston at a gala but unable to testify in washington the nex
. this as calls grow louder for health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius to step down over the botched launch. >> the problem has been that the website that's supposed to make it easy to apply for and purchase the insurance is not working the way it should for everybody. there's no sugar coating it. the website has been too slow. people have been getting stuck during the application process. and i think it's fair to say that nobody's more frustrated by that than i am. >> our own wendal goler live at the white house with what actually happened. hi, wendal. >> reporter: hi, gretchen. the president's goal is to keep people from writing off obama care with problems with the website. during the shutdown they didn't get the attention they should have. now there's a spotlight on them. with the president needing nearly 1 million signups a month to hit the target, the president says the other parts are works as they should. >> the product, the health insurance, is good. the prices are good. it is a good deal. people don't just want it, they're she go up to buy it. nobody's madder th
of people may have missed this "new york times" published a striking story headline, sebelius stands firm despite calls to resign. there were no other quotes in her defense from members of the administration, members of the hth care team. instead, it was sebelius's family members defending her. her brother told the paper, i don't think you resign in the middle of a fight. her sister was quoted as saying the white house is smart enough to know if she steps aside or they ask her to resign, this el will never get anybody else confirmed. that's less for the eyes of "new york times" and more for eyes in the west wing. >>> ultimately this is how washington works. sometimes you need to fire somebody to buy more time. is sebelius or somebody else? on thursday the house energy and commerce committee plans to conduct a hearing on the exchange's rough roll-out. sebelius had been called to testify, but the department says she's unavailable on that day. the best thing to happen to sebelius may be the hardening of republican opposition against her. the louder the calls for her resignation, the more the
his signature health care program. is it time for him to fire kathleen sebelius, health and human services secretary? we'll show you new results of a cnbc.com poll asking the question. >>> plus -- >> warren buffett, i need some advice. >> rap story/entrepreneur sean "diddy" combs about his new music channel, his hopes of surpassing warren buffett. you're watching "closing bell." >>> welcome back. netflix stock is spiking. julia, tell us what's behind in the big gain. >> that gain, about 10% higher after hours is driven by better than expected results, both in earnings, subscriber numbers for domestic, streaming and international streaming subscribers in the current quarter and also better than expected outlook for the fourth quarter. the company expects to have earnings per share much higher than wall street had expected. and a range higher. there are a couple other key data points i want to point you to, maria. one is the company says it plans to double its investment in original content, even though -- double original original content, less than 10% of original content. netflix
and human services secretary kathleen sebelius facing pressure to testify before congress. she had to go to boston for a gala so she said no. but we have details on her new plans. and a theory that some democrats want the health care law to fail in order to get to the goal of a single-payer system. that's basically medicare for everybody which means the government is paying so you're paying. how many people have signed up for the low so far? >> i don't have the numbers yet. as you indicated the interests way exceeded expectations. >> i don't have specific data for you. i can tell you it is irrefutable that there is not great interest. >> one last time. forgive me, you haven't answered it. do you not know how many people signed up? >> it's not my area of responsibility. >> the truth is we don't have the information. >> how many have signed up thus far? >> fully enrolled? i can't tell you. i don't know. >> american enterprise institute fellow and presidential speech writer who served under president george w. bush. i know you have been investigating for weeks. the latest figures are that a
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is once again down for repairs this weekend. secretary of health and human services kathleen sebelius will not testify before a house subcommittee this week that is going to investigate the shaky obama rollout, but she's going to have taoeupbd to attend -- she is going to have time to attend a gala in boston the night before. should president obama replace her? >> i think that may become an option. i'm not a big fan of immediate calls for people to resign. but i think in this case actions like the one you outlined are going to make it harder for her to do her job effectively. i think the transparency or lack thereof on this issue is concerning. we heard news overnight that 500,000 approximately people have somehow gone on the website and left some information. that tells us no information as far as how many people enrolled. that is a veryÑi relevant matter because if enough people don't sign up for exchanges, the rates on these exchanges will be astronomical and undermine the entire private health insurance industry and the country. her refusal to testify and be transparent i think i
of people. >> it's easy to use and understand. >> will sebelius be held accountable? >> she will have to resign. she no longer has the credibility to do the job. >> the program she's implemented is a disaster. >> former vice president dick cheney is here to talk about his new book. plus his take on the state of washington and more. that and ann coulter. quo hasn't starts right here, right now. welcome to "hannity." the obama care roll out disaster. it appears the president is now the salesman in chief. earlier today he spoke in the rose garden and tried to convince you, the american people, that this health care law is still a good idea despite the train wreck of a rollout. watch this. >> through the marketplaces you can get health insurance for what may be the the equivalent of your cell phone bill. the product, the health insurance is good. the prices are good. it is a good deal. people don't just want it. they are showing up to buy it. nobody is madder than me about the fact that the website isn't working as well as it should which means it's going to get fixed. >> three years, $63
on when glitches were first noticed. health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius will have hearings next week. some call for a delay of the individual mandate. >> i think as weeks go on, there's going to be a look for a solution to this problem. it's not fair to punish people for not buying something that's not available. >> it's the economy. the unemployment rate drops to 7.2% but showed weak job growth. this was before the government shutdown. profile in courage. sparks, nevada, residents pay tribute to former marine michael landsberry as investigators give us new details on monday's school shooting this hour. eyewitnesses recount the terrifying experience and parents thank the man who gave his life for their children. >> he was telling him to stop and put the gun down. the kid yelled out no, yelling at him, and he shot him. >> mr. landsberry did it. he sacrificed his life to take our kids into safety. i thank him for that. he's a true hero. >> a very good tuesday from washington. i'm kristen will keelker, in fo great andrea mitchell. they saw glitches with the site befor
a message for team obama care. we hope they are listening. it's time for kathleen sebelius, health and human services secretary to go. for the hour i'll be joined by a studio audience. some will disagree with that. before we hear from them it is important to point out how disastrous the obama care roll out has been from day one. the blame falls squarely at the feet of the secretary of the health and human services which is exactly why the republican national committee is calling for her to be held accountable. in addition launching a twitter campaign with the hashtag fire sebelius they released this video. >> is there a accept i don't you fore soo that might delay the individual mandate open enrollment? >> no. i think we are on target. we hope to reach about 7 million people. >> error messages, page not found. >> we are on track to flip the switch on october 1. >> system down. it's been a tough, nearly two weeks for obama care. >> new markets will pope in every state in the country. >> i failed again. >> i couldn't make this page work. >> and a again. >> it logged me out. >> and again. >> it
network. >>> health and human services secretary sebelius feeling the heat. a congressional panel is launching an investigation now. especially after her rosy assurances it would go smoothly. one lawmaker simply incredulous the kinks were fixed in a dry run before it all began. >> certainly at the very least, they were not accurately informing the congress -- >> knowingly so? >> i don't know whether it would hurt or not, but certainly you would think they would have tested it and retested it before the rollout on october 1st. they promise that it would work on october 1st. of course, it has not worked. >> angela mcgowan is a fox newt political analyst. chris is former chief of staff to governor of virginia. thank you for joining us. an important topic. secretary sebelius said everything would run smoothly but, my, oh, my, there are glitches after glitches. how will a house hearing in the energy and commerce committee solve the problem with a hearing, chris? >> well, i think it's important to get to the bottom of this in terms of what happened. it's obviously an embarrassment for t
kathleen sebelius will testify. they are going to move forward with the hearing this week. the white house and administration are saying that the secretary does want to testify but there are scheduling issues. that will play out but that will be the kind of thing that republicans will try to seize on. where are the problems and should individuals be penalized if they can't enroll in time. and looking at questions that they feel are unanswered by the administration. so i would say making up for lost ground period for conservatives and republicans who want to focus on what they see are flaws in at least the rollout, if not the law itself. so that will give them new things to talk about and try to forget about that shutdown 16 days we all lived through. >> that's so long ago. we don't even have to worry about that anymore. thanks, gang, appreciate it. i want to bring in our political panel, chicago sun times washington bureau cheat, sweet and michael smerconnish and also the author of deadly spin and insurance company insider speaks out on how corporate pr is killing health care and deceiving
care's rollout? is she hiding? congress wants answers from kathleen sebelius on the botched launch but will she testify? that's next on "the five." stay with us. >>> i am embarrassed for everyone here. >> that song was great. >> watching -- watching you people dance -- >> well, you people is a broad statement. okay. welcome back to "the five." should the secretary in charge of obama care be held accountable for the failure to launch? lawmakers wanted kathleen sebelius to testify at a hearing this thursday but she turned them down. today her department announced that she will testify, but they won't confirm a date. the white house says that the president is standing by her. >> does she still have the full confidence of the president? >> the secretary does have the full confidence of the president. she, like everyone else in this effort, is focused on our number one priority which is making the implementation of the affordable care act work well. >> but some members of the media are wondering how long that's going to last? >> if all else fails, they're going to have to find a fall pe
for sure whether the president or his top folks did or did not or kathleen sebelius did or did not but it is quite clear that if anyone was monitoring this and paying attention to the tech guys saying week we're nod ready, we're having live ins and power failures, what would you have done in that event? >> i think in the private world of high-tech, we would have postponed the introduction rather than introduce a product that clearly was crippled from the moment it came out to the public. imagine taking your most important program and saying, i'm going to expose that to a complete belly flop, and it's almost amazing. it's hard for anyone who has been building products and services for consumers, knowing the high bar you have to set in this day and age to even grasp what the president must have had in mind, if he even knew. i'm sure if he knew it was so bad, he would have said time out. >> that's even more damning if he didn't know about it. right? >> it is. i expect people will try to find out what really happened, and this is a real case history. this ought to be a harvard busi
. anybody? >>> remember when obama care matriarch kathleen sebelius said this? >> how many have signed up thus far? >> fully enrolled? i can't tell you. because i don't know. >> "the wall street journal" reports only 38,000 people have waded through glitch city and enrolled in the president's signature achievement. at this rate, 38,000 every two weeks, it will take 50.52 years to get the 48 million uninsured signed up. what should happen to the democrats in charge? let's ask someone from each side of the aisle. first, mr. robert gibbs. >> this is excruciatingly embarrassing for the white house and for the department of health and human services. this was bungled bdly. i hope they fire some people that were in charge of making sure that this thing was supposed to work. >> somebody should get fired. but who gets the axe? created a youtube video calling for kathleen sebelius to be fired. for me, i'll just sit back and try to refrain from saying "we told you so." is she the one that should be -- a lot of people fired? is she the one that we have to point our finger at first? >> i think it wou
for repairs this weekend. we have the situation with secretary sebelius where she can go to a gala in boston but, no, she won't testify before a house committee. your thoughts. >> i think the secretary's view that she doesn't have to testify, doesn't have to answer questions, is too busy for that is unsustainable and she won't be able to sustain it. >> should she be out? >> i think she'll have to testify. i don't think she can refuse to answer questions about this. trying to defend that i have time to go to a gala in boston but i don't have time to appear before the congress because i'm so busy trying to make this system work, this doesn't make sense, and people know that. but this is a very mechanical thing. the most expensive website ever -- and it doesn't work -- we're nowhere close to knowing whether the president's health care plan is going to work or not. people are going to find out over the next few weeks and months how hard it is to sign up, what happens to your insurance rates. we'll see if senator durbin is right or if i'm right. i don't think this plan will work because i think i
in congress for kathleen sebelius to formally testify about the issues about the site, even democrats saying that the health and human services secretary's testimony is a matter of when, not if. >> the secretary's view that she doesn't have to testify, doesn't have to answer questions, is too busy for that is unsustainable and she won't be able to sustain it. >> ultimately secretary sebelius will testify before congress, you know that. >> joining me with a preview of the president's remarks, peter alexander. so, peter, what website changes are in the works and what specifically do we understand that the president is going to give as a reason to why this was so botched on the rollout? >> yeah, thomas, i doubt in terms of the latter, i doubt he'll lay out exactly what went wrong. he'll probably focus less on the problems and more on the solutions. you noted that tech surge, the health and human services putting out that blog statement acknowledging some of the changes that are already taking place right now. let me show you if i can right now one of the changes that already exists. this happen
to reverse this in a number of weeks. >> health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius will go to capitol hill next week to testify about the rollout. that's not stalling the calls for her resignation, something the white house has flatly dismissed. >> it shouldn't be about having heads roll or firing people. not focused on making heads roll. that's not the time right now to focus on that. the time is to get these problems fixed. >> joining me right now is msnbc policy analyst and "washington post" columnist, ezra klein. as we're talking about, the republicans aren't the only ones taking a shot at the healthcare.gov website. i want to read some of the headlines we've been seeing around the country calling it horrendously botched, frustrated millions and pointing out the need for swift reparis. here's dana milbanks. he writes not since the ginsu knife cut through an alum numb can and still sliced a tomato has america seen the pitch quite like the one president obama delivered in the rose garden on monday. and then john's take on the whole thing. take a look. >> give it to us str
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enrollment. the secretary of health and human services committee kathleen sebelius will not testify even though she was invited to. however, on the eve of the hearing, she will attend a gala in boston. jamie. >> thank you so much. peter, for your report from washington. eric. >>> jamie, now to iran and the negotiations over its disputed nuclear program. the first round of talks wrapped up in geneva while benjamin netanyahu this morning is warning the talks may give legitimacy to iran and global affairs. the prime minister said iran does not deserve that. despite the friendlier face iran is showing, they have denied the holocaust, and may be within months of having enough material to build an atomic bomb, but iranians have long denied that's their objection. but there is progress. government officials may actually ban the standard death to america chants. joining us now is ambassador john bolton, former u.s. ambassador to the u.n. and a senior fellow and a fox news contributor. iran will not stop uranium enrichm. they will not stop plutonium production, they will not stop the underground
secretary kathleen sebelius, will testify before congress next week. and that's a change just from yesterday. sebelius said she had a scheduling problem and couldn't come to thursday's hearing. now it looks like they're going to hear from her next week. >> a lot of odds on that, no doubt. tracie, thank you. we've got new data out this morning that's not good news for members of congress. those fights over the budget and debt ceiling are not exactly sitting well with the publg. in a cnn opinion research poll, 75% of voters saying republicans in congress do not deserve re-election. just over half say the same for democrats. if the midterms were held today, democrats edge out their gop colleagues. this poll fiepds nearly half of voters say congress would work better if nearly every member was replaced. it all relates to the shutdown. the gop bears the brunt of the blame, some 36% say both parties share blame, and 19% say it was the democrats fault. >>> u.s.-french relations this morning could be at a tipping point. france is demanding an explanation over a report it calls shocking, allegations
kathleen sebelius says this will include outside experts, including veterans of top silicon valley companies. cnn is learning some new stunning details about the launch. there were warnings from the start that this rollout could be a bust and is it possible that no one was really in charge? cnn's joe johns is standing by with that part of the story. but let's begin with our senior white house correspondent, brianna keilar. what's the latest on the obama care website problems? >> reporter: hi, wolf. well, jeff zience, whose name i know you recognize, former administration official is the chief performance officer, he was the acting omb director as well as one of the president's top economic advisors, and he also has a lot of private sector experience. he is a former ceo and we have learned that he is bringing or being brought in, really, to help through this troubled period with the website and with the continued rollout of obama care. we also had heard from health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius that a number of other people, names we do not know, but we are told tha
secretary kathleen sebelius. [cheers and applause] nice to see you. >> nice to see you. >> jon: we're going to do a challenge. i'm going to try and download every movie ever made and you are going to try to sign up for obamacare and we'll see which happens first. >> okay. okay. [laughter] >> jon: what is going on with this? is this working? is it not working? >> well, the great news is, we have a terrific market. and for the first time, people are going to have a chance to compare plans, figure out what they qualify for. insurance companies have to play by new rules and for 85% of us we don't have to sign up for anything because we have insurance that works. >> jon: i see. this obamacare is for the 15 percenters as it were. >> the 15% without insurance at all or -- >> jon: how many have signed up thus far? >> fully enrolled. i can't tell you because i don't for example we're taking applications on the web, on the phone. we'll be giving monthly reports. we've had not only lots of web hits, hundreds of thousands of accounts created. >> jon: so hundreds of thousands of people have signed up? >
services second sebelius is at the middle of this and some are saying she should be fired. >> she's become the face of the obama care rollout in all its technical problems and there is increasing pressure on kathleen sebelius to step down. she is the chief target of republicans including pat roberts who is a long time friend of her family. >> she's had three and a half years to launch obama care. and she has failed. >> roberts is joined by republican congressman john fleming of louisiana. a long time family practice doctor, fleming says he'll soon send a letter to president obama asking him to accept sebelius' resignation. fleming. he has gotten other house nobody signett. i present the white house defense of the health care sign-up website when i spoke to him. >> it is getting better. the problems are being strael line more and more each day. that's what they're saying. >> brian, that law was passed almost four years ago. they've had plenty of time to either roll this thing out properly, beta test it, make sure it works, or delay the impleme implementation. they did neither. >> the aide s
sebelius under fire tonight for refusing to answer who is to blame for the failing health care rollout. can americans demand answers? charles krauthammer shares his thoughts. and a well known lawmaker claims one of those responsible for obama care stormed his house . tonight new demands for background checks on the people we are entrusting with sensitive information. welcome to "the kelly file." we have charles krauthammer here in a moment. we are beginning with breaking news on a case of bullying getting national attention. we warn you. this is a disturbing update. 12-year-old rebecca sedwick killed herself in september in lakeland, florida, after months, am a year of online relentless bullying. on monday of this week the sheriff in florida te decided to take a the tough stand, filing felony charges against the two accused bullies sean here. one 12, one 146789 the 14-year-old on the right said to be the ring leader. after finding the gurls were with still posting cruel miss sajs about the victim even after she was dead. breaking tonight the sheriff announced unreelated, sort of, charges ag
kathleen sebelius has been asked to report in front of congress, she tried to duck it said she will appear next week. where does the buck stop on this? president did not take responsibility today in rose garden when he spoke. what do you say? >> it is the secretary of health and human services responsibility to organize that employmenttation. -- implementation, secretary sebelius has a big job. i've been in that job. i am not going to be directly critical, but i will say much of the problem started a year ago when administration chose to defer many of the rules that would define how this would work. -- many of final rules were not issued until september for an october go date. if is not at all surprising to me these problems are existing. i say in the context of the secretary, she did not make all those decisions herself, many would have been made at the white house. gerri: doug, what do you think there? >> think how differently it would have played out if congress and federal government, itself, were in this 100%. then the notion you could defer the regulations until after an election in
the president, that is kathleen sebelius. i look forward to her testimony next week in congress. gerri: we're all waited with bated breath for that testimony. i believe it was last week you said you thought it was likely the administration might delay the individual mandate. do you still believe that, do you think they have the door open on that? and if so, when might it have been? >> i don't know when it will happen, but they had to do something pretty quickly because millions of americans today wil not have health insurance. these are folks who are insured now, forced onto the exchange, it is not working and at the end of the day the president needs to delay this. make it much easier for the illustration. that is what kathleen sebelius would announce, delay the individual mandate for another year. gerri: here's what she had to say. listen to this. >> are you taking responsibility for the website? do you think people should have to pay a fee for a website? gerri: in short she said nothing. the press with questions by a reporter, she did not respond. is she the person who should take the
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